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This silicone heart was created to one day replace blood pumps in the future.
This bra can be used to help assault victims in real-time.
This vacuum hose sucks up fish so that they can find safe, new homes.
Print tiny glass figurines using conventional 3D printers.
Here's one travel adaptor that could work in multiple countries.
This wallet carries all your most important items in one compact accessory.
This will help you feed your baby without making a mess.
Carrying your child on your back just got easier.
This helmet folds flat and can fit in a bag.
Lower your energy bills with these super innovative window blinds!
Bionic skin that's 3D printed could give robots a human touch.
This pop-up beach blanket will revolutionize the way you lounge.
Gym goers will appreciate this self-ventilating shirt.
This moldable plastic will let you create the perfect phone holder.
These gloves may look normal, but they are super indestructible.
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This floating gadget wants to suck up the ocean's trash.
This portable washing machine that doesn't require any electricity to use.
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